From ​the Desk of ​Shaunae Miller-Uibo

 I first met Dr. Nottage when I won the Gold Medal in the World Junior Championship in 2010.  He was there again in Rio, Brazil at the Olympic Games after I won the Gold medal.  At both times he gave me encouraging words and inspired me to be the best I can be.

It is with great sadness that I embrace the news on the passing of one of the stalwarts of not just Bahamian Athletics, but a man who will go down in the annals of our history as a visionary and true leader.   Condolences to his family, the BAAA family and by extension, the Bahamas.

Rest in Peace Dr. Nottage

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Friday, 09 February 2018

Tamara Myers ready for 2018 season

In a recent interview with Tamara Myers, she discusses her 2017 season and what she expects for2018. Myers indicated that 2017 was her best season in a long time, especially due to improvements in ...

Thursday, 04 January 2018

Cross-country running sees new interest in The Bahamas

By Drew Farmer Twitter @DrewMFarmer The Bahamas has a long history with track and field. It is the country's number one sport, and the nation has produced world-class athletes like Shaunae ...

Thursday, 04 January 2018

BAAA Starts the 2018 Season with the annual Odd Distance Meet

In The Bahamas, the Bahamas Association of Athletics Associations hosted its annual Odd Distance meet to begin the new season. The meet manager was Coach Dexter Bodie was interviewed and gave ...

Wednesday, 20 December 2017

Coach Foster Dorsett Talks About 2018 T-Bird Flyers Track and Field Classic

The T-Bird Flyers Track & Field Club, established in 1983, is holding its 2018 Track & Field Classic onJanuary 12th at 6 pm and January 13th at 12 pm. The meet, which has been held on for the past ...